I thought the High package has this already, puddle lamps and spotlights. Maybe this is a different question entirely but I wonder if it’s possible to swap the High package mirror and light assembly onto a lower trim, or if the wiring simply won’t allow it.
Tesla is applicable to a discussion about Ford since they are a competitor and their actions affect Ford’s actions. GM and Fiat Chrysler are jokes. Tesla is the big threat. Can’t plug your ears and pretend they aren’t there.
The pre-wired auxiliary switches on Black Diamond make up for whatever OEM switches may or may not be included. I think you can spec the aux switches on any trim and it would definitely be worth it if you think you’ll have the upgrade itch.
Oxford White is really a beautiful paint - love it on my Mustang. Easy to correct.
The only problem is my neighbors all have white crossovers and I’m bored of it. Thinking of Cyber Orange just to mix things up.
If it’s anything like other Ford cars the shift knob is an easy DIY swap (just unscrew it) and steering wheel is also easy (but time consuming- one bolt but lots of wires and airbag to disconnect/ reconnect)
The grille is probably just a few clips.
Wouldn’t this be the same issue in any engine with port injection? (eg. the 5.0 Mustang)? It seems like a better explanation is Ford doesn’t think it would be profitable enough to go through the engineering effort.
Personally I would rather take the 2.3L manual and save some money. People here...
Thanks for the explanation. I haven’t been bothered by most of these in my 20 Ranger, though I haven’t driven it too much. My main complaint is that it can be too slow react, which gets in the way of passing lane heroics. The 2.3L itself has a ton of passing power in the right gear, but...